Archive - 2012 - Sports Article
The Bishop girls and boys varsity Cross Country runners came away with improved times at the CIF Southern Section Cross Country Prelims, Saturday, Nov. 10 at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut.
Nearly all the Bronco competitors shaved at least 30 seconds off of their individual times on the three-mile course since the Mt. SAC Invitational held three weeks ago.
Aug. 7, Ts and Fs
Joan Evans, 38
Wie Bunten, 40.5 (carded)
Pat Pontak, 32.5
Sue Clarkson, 34.5
Ceal Gargan, 36
Irene Knight, 38
Least Putts: Sue Clarkson, 30
Aug. 14, Nassau
Jeanne Rambeau, Best Overall, 62
Judy Wada, Best Front, 38
Wie Bunten, Best Back, 31.5
Pat Pontak, Best Overall, 69
Lysa Eldridge, Best Front, 40
Linda Knapp, Best Back, 34
Noel Bell, Best Overall, 92
Ceal Gargan, Best Front, 48
Diane Nicholson, Best Back, 39.5
Least Putts: Wie Bunten, 25
Aug. 21, Estimate
No surprise. The Bishop Broncos destroyed the Desert Christian Knights, 49-7, in round one of the CIF football playoffs.
The Broncosâ offense was nothing short of spectacular, scoring 5 touchdowns in 10 plays, four in the first half, the fifth in the first 65 minutes of the second.
Eastern Sierra Rugby Club, Jacks
The Jacks kicked off their season with a Rookie Rugby Camp last Saturday, ending with a practice session of âtouch rugby.â For those interested in good, clean fun, new players are invited to the Jacksâ practice sessions, Tuesdays and Thursdays at the ballfields at Barlow and Diaz from 6-7:30 p.m.
For more information, contact Jacksâ president Pomo Saulque at (760) 920-8834 or coach Rick Frey at (760) 920-5047.
Gun Club Turkey Shoot
Epic. The game of the century. The stuff of which movies are made.
However you describe what amounted to the Bishop Broncosâ league championship football game against the Kern Valley Broncs, it was, incontestably, one really exciting game. For the few Owens Valley residents who havenât already heard: Bishop was behind by 3 points on Kernâs 9 yard line with one second on the game clock; a Kyle Batchelder pass sailed into the hands of Curran Simpson and Bishop won by 3 at 34-31.
Oct. 26 â Bishop 34 v Kern Valley 31
JV Bishop 7 v Kern Valley 0
The Bishop Broncos take on the Rosamond Roadrunners Thursday, 7 p.m., at home for the final High Desert League. The win over KV Friday, clinches the league championship for Bishop.
Lone Pine Golden Eagles
Oct. 27 â Lone Pine 62 v Lee Vining 22
Stats and details in Thursdayâs sports page. The Eagles end the Hi-Lo League season with 3-1 record.
Big Pine Warriors
Oct. 27 â Big Pine 6 v Immanuel Christian 36
All six Bishop Lady Bronco tennis players who competed in the CIF individual playoffs Thursday at Bishop City Park earned a slot, ranging from first place to alternate.
Senior Madi Taylor took first place with a 6-1, 6-1 win over Kern Valley and a 6-1, 6-0 win over Mammoth. Taylor faced her teammate, Ashley Lee, for first, winning 6-4, 6-1.
Lee went up against Desert, winning in a tie-breaker, then went on to beat the number one seed in the league, 7-5, 6-2, which assured her a spot in the playoffs.
Bishop boys and girls cross country teams traveled to Rosamond for a dual meet against their archrival Roadrunners.
The Lady Broncos beat the Roadrunners 21-39, led once again by sophomore Angie Flores.
Rosamondâs boys team beat Bishop 22-39. Freshman Carson Reid was the top Bronco finisher with a second place. Coach Katie Kress was pleased by Reid and fourth-place finisher Ray Ecklandâs efforts. In Bishop and Rosamondâs earlier meet, the Roadrunners swept the top five spots.
The Bishop High senior Broncos opened up Homecoming Week, Oct. 8, seriously whipping the juniors 26-0.
The strong seniors defense held the juniors to three and out on their first possession of the game. The seniors quickly put points on the board on their first drive. Senior quarterback Katelyne Lent and running back Shiloh Smith teamed up, executing a perfect reverse hand-off. Smith went the distance for a 45-yard touchdown run. Brooke Jordan completed a 2-point conversion putting the seniors ahead, 8-0.
The Lone Pine Lady Golden Eagles volleyball squad upped its game, giving Desert Christian a run for its money in Thursdayâs road game.
The Eagles fell in four, 18-25, 25-22, 15-25, 21-25, against the Knights, who are tied at 8-1 for Desert Mountain League champion with Boron. âWe played much better against Desert Christian than we did last Saturday,â said coach Mel Joseph. âOur intensity allowed us to give a better effort. We had our chances but made too many errors in our offensive execution.â